Working From Home (WFH) is a new and interesting way of getting things done and although it promises plenty of benefit and opportunity, it also complicates engagement, connectedness and morale.
A new study from Stanford University investigated the very modern phenomenon of “Zoom Fatigue.” It might be one of the primary means of communication these days, but people are reporting a unique kind of exhaustion linked to its use.
Truth is, remote working is probably here to stay, at least for the foreseeable future and we need to find better, more interesting ways to connect, energise and re-ignite our teams!
Do you need to reignite the spark of your workforce, get new ideas, engage better with your internal and external teams and get closer to your customers?
There is a way …